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greece in hopes of protecting big ones. >> the threat today is for the whole eurozone, so we need to find a solution. >> ministers signed off on what they hope will be part of the new solution, the new bailout fund that will kick in from 2013, but as they all know, a lot could change before then. >> our brussels correspondent has been following the discussions by the eurozone finance ministers in brussels. can you tell us what has come out of today's debt crisis talks? >> the formal agreement on anything has now been pushed back into another meeting of finance ministers later this month, but they have been discussing a lot. of course, the focus has been on greece and the question of a second bailout for greece. is it possible? how much will be needed? when will it be triggered? and, crucially, should private bondholders take their share responsibly? should there be obliged to extend their lines of credit to greece to put off the evil day when they will need a second bailout and call in their dead? the ecb, the european central bank, thinks that is stretching it to try to get that agreemen
to what analysts call special charters. >> it shot a big hole into the company's results. it will years ago, the ceo and russian prime minister agreed to a partnership with the russian state energy concern. the partnership explicitly forbidden under an agreement with the former french joint venture partner. in may, an arbitration panel ordered siemens to pay damages. another big setback came from the company's health-care operations. the invested heavily in new particle beam therapy to treat cancer. now, it has taken a charge after reevaluating the commercial feasibility of the new technology. the company's other main areas -- heavy machinery and rail transport -- remain strong, but russia says that risks in the global economic outlook are increasing. siemens is already feeling the pressure of increased competition in the wind turbine market. >> the u.s. debt crisis is still unresolved. greece is still struggling with its spiraling debt, and concerns about rome's ability to cut its sovereign debt. italy's borrowing costs soared to almost 6%. the auction was conducted in about how market
growth area. it's a big growth is in the mobile sector and not in the pc market which had to lower the expectations for the pc business for the months ahead. there is a mixed outlook and that is the reason why the stock of intel is losing in the thursday session. >> what other shares or stories are standing out in the session? >> basically, we got extremely good numbers if you compare them to expectations from morgan stanley, the last big american bank to come out with earnings. the stock is trading up by 1.9%. that helps to support financial stocks and wall street. we had a pretty gloomy outlook from pepsi. they had decent numbers for the past but the outlook is a bit disappointing. that stock is one of the bigger losers with a drop of about 5%. >> thank you very much. staying with earnings, things are looking up for american express. cardholders spend a record amount in the second quarter of this year and that sent profits surging to over $1.3 billion. this was a bit of a comeback. many corporate clients cut back on spending during business trips during the financial crisis and f
france big 3. germany is gearing up for thehe tour de france. the coach says the team will have to fine-tune its strategy. the german women may be failing to live up to their status. they are sticking to the game plan. the players are looking to improve. >> we have to start playing proper football. straight out attacking the banks so far, we've slipped up on making the final bass and converting our chances -- making the fina pass onrtinour ch if we can donce time. >>ngermy'ud eng. atold ofhe neplaaoe n n lltoy t hepackard set up operations here years ago. the company has invesd the 3miion euros here and continues for the work force of more than 2000. us the openness, meaning t attitude of the people, and the bience of thepele, and of the city. you love had a good mixf naturally, that hasadusor open to strangers or to rene. >> po companies with strong economic growth and low taxe they bef from the strategic locationon at eze borders right into the middle of europe. while some europeanouri are focused on getting their finances in order, poland is european s socce championship, icis chting
in space, you look back, it's a big blue marble planet we live on. as planet "ocean" residents we have to do our part. >> reporter: to learn more you can visit helvarg's website, bluefront.org. when it comes to saving the ocean, i guess you can say it's time to sink or swim. >> stay with us. there's lots more still to come on "teen kids news." >> we'll be right back. >>> and now our fox in the classroom update. >> nato confirming one of its air strikes on tripoli went offtarget and caused civilian casualties. the libyan government accusing nato of killing nine civilians in the air strike on a residential neighborhood in the capital. meanwhile, syrian forces sweep through the northwestern border region to block refugees from escaping to turkey. president bashar al assad blaming saboteurs for the recent violence and protests. >>> wind gusts continue to challenge crews fighting arizona and new mexico wildfires. thousands of residents in southern arizona evacuating their homes as powerful winds push the flames acrossroads and containment lines toward populated areas. the wallow fire burnin
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